Chipping Norton Partnership of Schools includes: Chadlington, Charlbury, Enstone, Great Rollright, Great Tew, Holy Trinity, Hook Norton, Kingham, Middle Barton and St Mary’s Primary Schools.
We have a shared vision of providing our pupils with sports opportunities and enrichment activities which fuel a passion for activity and which spark a love of learning respectively. Through excellently planned and delivered activities we enhance the primary curriculum and provide pupils with positive learning experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
Last academic year we have had 3482 primary pupil attendances at our events.
Our sports festivals include Dance, Ball Skills, Multi-skills, Swimming, Hockey, Football, Netball, Rugby, Cricket, Athletics, Sports Hall Athletics and Street Dance. Each year we have over 2300 primary children attendances at these events which are led by Chipping Norton School Young Leaders.
Sports events throughout the year provide every year group with opportunities to experience physical activity in a safe and supportive environment. For Key Stage 1 we have a focus on fun and full participation in Key Stage 2 we have a move towards competition and inclusive events. Applicable events act as qualifiers for West Oxfordshire School Games Competitions.
We run a range of activities in drama, food technology, languages, literacy and music providing over 800 pupil attendances. Events throughout the year provide pupils in Yr4, Yr5 and Yr6 with enrichment activities delivered in a safe and supportive environment. Activities are designed to enhance the primary curriculum.
Able, Interested and Motivated Workshops:
Year 4 and 5 pupils, who have been nominated by their own teachers, attend a range of workshops led by Chipping Norton School teachers. These include English, Maths, Science, Physical Education, Design and Technology, Drama and Art.
Family Learning Workshops
A chance for children and parents from Year 4, 5 and 6 to learn together. Family Focus takes place termly and includes Astronomy, English, Maths, Art, ICT, Drama, Music, Design and Technology, Forest School, Tennis, Craft and Family First Aid.
Extra Time Clubs
CNS departments run clubs such as English, Maths and Science Extra Time clubs for Year 4 and 5 children who really enjoy and are excited by the subject. Pupils will develop their skills and work with specialist subject teachers.
Cross Primary/Secondary Phase Curriculum Groups
Computing, English, Maths, Science, Physical Education, SENCo, Parent Support Advisers, and Governors. We facilitate opportunities for teaching staff and support staff to share good practice. Helping to develop a secure transition from Yr6 to Yr7. Curriculum Meetings are held for English, Maths, Science, Computing and PE.
Our programme is designed to enrich the primary curriculum and provide pupils with positive learning experiences in a safe and supportive environment.